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Kenya goes second after putting 100 past Tunisia
By Eric Njiru | Sat 08 Jul, 2017 18:48

Kenya Simbas have gone to second in the Africa Gold Cup after beating Tunisia 100-10 on Saturday, July 8, 2017 in Nairobi.

Kenya bagged five points from the win due to a bonus and now have seven points, three below Namibia who beat Senegal 95-0 later on Saturday.

The Simbas bagged two points from the draw with Uganda two weeks ago with the Cranes dropping to third with their six points.

Tunisia remains sixth with no point after two matches.

Kenya’s next match is on Saturday, July 15 against Senegal at 2pm in Nairobi.

The Simbas ran in 15 tries, added 10 conversions and one penalty against Tunisia’s two unconverted tries.

Jacob Ojee, Darwin Mukidza, David Ambunya, Eric Kerre, Samson Onsomu, Joshua Chisanga, Davies Chenge, Tony Onyango, Leo Seje, Martin Owila and Steve Otieno touched down for Kenya with Mukidza, and Kerre bagging braces. Ojee registered a hat-trick. 

Scrum half Houcem Khalfi and winger Ashraf Dhif touched down for the visitors.

Standings after July 8, before Namibia’s game
1.Namibia 10
2.Kenya 7
3.Uganda 6
4.Zimbabwe 4
5.Senegal 1
6.Tunisia 0

Eric Njiru
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